Photography recommendation

I came across this gallery of wildlife photography a while back. No doubt it came to me through using Stumble!

Anyway, I just wanted to share it with you because I found this work to be glorious.

Just so you know, my favourite photograph is “Elephant with Exploding Dust, Amboseli 2004”, with “Giraffe and Baby in Trees, Maasai Mara 2002” a close second.

I’d love to know what you think. Leave a comment with your favourite image.

7 thoughts on “Photography recommendation

  1. I love Nick Brandt’s work. Have you checked out Martyn Colbeck’s photography too? He does very similar work and has made a documentary about Echo and her family of elephants which was on UK TV recently.


  2. Hi Diane,

    Thanks for visiting.
    I hadn’t come across Martyn Colbeck’s work before, so I went looking to see his work and came across this link.

    I think I have become very attached to elephants now. šŸ™‚


  3. Thanks for posting this link OWW; some pretty stunning shots although some are a bit over-Photoshoped IMHO. I also like the intertwined giraffes (because I’m soft really) and “Lioness Looking Over Plains” for its contemplative simplicity.


  4. Hi Bruce,
    I agree with your comment about some being over-Photoshoped. The windwept look being an obvious one.
    If you haven’t already, then the images from the link to Martyn Colbeck’s photographs is worth a look too. Especially the elephant calves playing

    I hope your trip went well. I’m away from my feedreader and feeds at the moment, so will catch up on your blog when I get home and get the computer back from storage.
    Did you take many photos and should I be checking out your Flickr album?


  5. Did you take many photos…

    I wouldn’t recommed you view all 388 Oz pics while you’re still on dial-up šŸ˜‰

    …should I be checking out your Flickr album?

    I prefer to see other people’s pics on Flickr; I’ve only uploaded a few there myself. The software I use on my site is called Gallery 2, but it isn’t plug-and-play.


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